I am vacationing in sunny side Kentucky
with my son and daughter in law
I want to leave you with some thoughts
I had on our nation’s birthday.
"America was not built on fear.
America was built on courage,
and an unbeatable determination
to do the job at hand."
(Harry Truman January 8, 1947)
I love America and the ‘can do’ spirit
which has flowed over her from the beginning.
I love seeing the flag waving high. For me…
our flag has always symbolized gumption and victory.
I am thankful that God allowed me to be born here.
I will be mindful all the
rights, privileges, and responsibilities I have because of it.
As I watch the fireworks display their glory, I will be remembering they also symbolize
the lights and sounds of battle. I will be thanking those who have walked the battlefields in the past
and praying for those who continue to walk the lines today.
I will be praying we as a nation can pull ourselves together and regain our Christian edge and focus.
I will be praying we would return with vigor to our founding motto “One nation under God” instead of the motto “Whatever” which we seem to have adopted today.
I will be praying our nation will once again become the godly example and spring board for other nations to be able to find their faith and freedom in the only One who truly has it to give.
I will be praying the body of Christ can once again see the importance and power of prayer in fighting the good fight of faith. Prayer is not the last resort but the first line of defense. It is where our wisdom is established and our courage is maintained.
What is your part in helping this nation fulfill its destiny? America cannot accomplish her purpose without each of us doing our part.
When I finished, I notice the shape of the words formed a flask.
May the oil of His presence be poured out on each of us
who will do the will of the Father.